Here’s a quiz that attempts to “cleverly” defend KJV-Onlyism by pointing out all the places where the NIV maybe sorta kinda does things somewhat wrong. Or at least does them different. And different is always wrong.
(Click on the image for the full quiz)
Any questions? You can visit Rex Cobb at the Sword Conference Booth A10
How do you get a Korean KJV?
Wad it purified 7 times? Was it commissioned by a king? Were there over 54 of the best translators who ever lived or ever will live to make sure that there were absolutely no possible errors?
The doctrinal statement of Cornerstone Independent Baptist Church contains a very interesting first point:
Ethnocentric, much? How convenient that God has chosen the language that we speak anyway as the language to preserve the One True Bible. If he had chosen anything else the monolingual and xenophobic fundamentalist would be in serious trouble.
You have to come from a very, very specific background for this particular letter on the firing of a Heartland Baptist teacher to make any sense. And the fact that I actually understand it makes me question my own sanity.
Also, when did we start putting periods between the letters of KJV?